well dont they have a different idea in england. apparently its against the law to say some ridiculous things there. for example they jailed a man for saying that there were no gas chambers at auschwitz. thats right he challenged the holocaust and was jailed. its an interesting idea but one i dont propose for the us of a (regardless of what the religious right would like). sure it would be fun to toss all the little nazis in jail. thats one group the world could do without but what if the powers that be decide that your opinion isnt good enough for the general public? what if they decide that your group...lets call them the rotary....arent good for public morale? or your religion? regardless of what the current administration thinks the bill of rights is a pretty good thing. amazing what a bunch of uneducated farmers could conjure up over 200 years ago, huh? theres a reason we should put the bill of rights on a pedestal.........its a supreme work of art. genius. and it was all done by men who couldnt get elected now .....no matter what. think about that.
happy f'n monday everyone. i hate the cold.